mostly for zack Other historical high war killings
On Wed, 4 Oct 2005, zach
Maybe there is a committee somewhere that defines and describes this stuff but as fas as I'm concerned, anytime a government or a part of government or a gang or whatever you want to call it goes out and kills a lot of people, then I just call it "killing a lot of people" and if you start with that phenomenon, then its good enough for me to call it war.
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zach No, I merely followed the paradigm you set out in order to speak in terms you could understand. Like I said...
I recall that the Korean War and the Viet Nam wars were never officially declared (by congress) to be wars (And, maybe this would not be counted by you because not all the people were end by their own governments). I have just here on my stack of unread books one with the breastle "Sideshow" by William Shawcross (with the subbreastle: "Kissinger, Nixon and the Destruction of Cambodia" and it involved a lot of planting by B-52s (back in the days when I was too young to have any kind of understanding about any of this stuff).
Wartime shouldn't be an excuse, but at least it isn't
I don't disagree with you on this.
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